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post #16 of 67
Thanks for posting this! That was really nice of you to do so! icon_smile.gif
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post #17 of 67
Thanks for the great product!!
post #18 of 67
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Originally Posted by adunfag

Thanks for Sharing, I could use these for Mother's Day brunch.

GayG, I guess we were typing at the same time.



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post #19 of 67
thanx so much for this post.
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post #20 of 67
Thanks bunches!!!! This is why I LOVE cake Central!!!!!!


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post #21 of 67
Thanks for sharing, they are really nice thumbs_up.gif
post #22 of 67
Could they be altered to be a cupcake box??
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post #23 of 67
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Originally Posted by pianocat

Could they be altered to be a cupcake box??

sure. I would just make the space between the bottom of the box and the fold/ dotted line bigger.
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post #24 of 67
Bummer. I've been trying to copy the pattern all day, and I keep getting an error for paper size. Am I just being an idiot? Can someone clue me in on how to get it to copy?
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post #25 of 67
Go to papermart.com or search for other box/packaging companies. I'm pretty sure I've seen clear plastic boxes, similar to this shape and design w/o the butterfly or daisy. If you like that idea, it would save you time. These butterfly boxes look beautiful, but very time consuming to do yourself, I think.
post #26 of 67
I played around with this for awhile yesterday. I printed it out in Adobe, then scanned it into my files as a jpeg. That let me use it in printshop. I cut off the daisy or butterfly and lengthened the box about an inch on each end. I printed some pretty background paper, then printed the box on the reverse side (without the butterfly or daisy). I intend to print the butterfly, daisy or whatever you want on labels, then reattach. This gives you the freedom to print or use any background you would want. It all worked out pretty well. I used just regular paper while I was playing around, the boxes go together fairly well, cardstock will work great. It was time consuming so it depends on how much you want to fuss around.

I am a crafter from way back, so it is fun for me to use computer skills, scrapbooking and baking to come up with something out of the ordinary. If you are doing this for a living, you would want to come up with something easier, unless it was very special.
post #27 of 67
THANK YOU FOR SHARING!!!!!!!!!!! DEFINATELY WILL SAVE.

Naty
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post #28 of 67
That is so cool! I printed them off and saved them to my computer!!

Can I just ask how they got the print on the box? Did their paper already have the print? I'm assuming that you have to use cardstock? Does cardstock come with a print? I've only seen plain white or red/blue, etc.

Thanks!!
post #29 of 67
You could do a couple of things. If you have greeting card software, or something like Photoshop, you can print whatever you would like on cardstock, then turn it over and print the box. As I was explaining above, you have to lengthen the box, then reapply the butterfly or daisy. You could also print the box on cardstock, and use scrapbook or wrapping paper with a glue stick and get your print that way. Hope this makes sense.
post #30 of 67
very cute! thanks for sharing!
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